After the successful launch of goo.gl URL shortener service among public, now I would like to tell my readers about the generation of QR codes with goo.gl. However, it looks like Google’s URL Shortener also has a mysterious feature in it, with the help of which you can convert your URL to a QR code which can be read by a mobile device.
QR codes have become quite norm with newspapers, website, magazine where people are asked to click a picture and read the QR code to perform certain actions. Now you will be able to do the same without having to worry about using any 3rd party software to create the codes.
To create a QR code with Goo.gl, just shorten the URL and add “.qr” at the end of it.
For example: http://goo.gl/fb/RdwcZ is the shortened URL for this link : http://www.dreambloggers.com/microsoft-windows-live-essentials-2011-released, adding .qr to the URL (http://goo.gl/fb/RdwcZ.qr ) will display the QR code which you can download and then add to your webpage or application.
Why don’t give it a try? Scan the above QR codes to see some nice things. :